Commencing Tuesday 1 September, 2015 in conjunction with the International Prostate Cancer Awareness month GRV is pleased to announce the inaugural ‘Go the Blue Dog’ campaign.
For every dog that wins a Victorian greyhound race during the month of September wearing the BLUE number 4 rug GRV will donate $500 to the Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia (PCFA).
In Australia, prostate cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer in men with more than 3,000 men dying every year.
More men die of prostate cancer than women die of breast cancer.
If detected early prostate cancer has one of the highest 5 year survival rates after diagnosis. Don’t be a fool, MAN UP and get a check up today!
Find out more information about prostate cancer HERE.
AFL legend David Parkin discusses his experience with prostate cancer:
In conjunction with the Go The Blue Dog campaign Greyhound Racing Clubs throughout Victoria will be holding a prostate cancer awareness night. All money raised will go towards the final Go The Blue Dog campaign donation.
Show your support by getting along and celebrating men’s health at a club near you.
To find out more about the ManUp events please contact your local club from the list below: